Widget with login, logout, admin and register links. Replacement of the default Meta widget
Nicely does what it is meant to do... Thanks...
This plugin is perfect, neat and clean. With a modal login form would be the most perfect login plugin :-)
I put it at the top of my sidebar and used a negative top margin in my CSS to make it look like it hangs from my heading. The login link open up the default WordPress login form, which I will stylize with PHP code I found elsewhere. (It would be nice if this plugin was expanded to include changing that default form, but I suppose there are other plugins that handle that part.)
When you play with this plugin's settings, if you leave the "Redirect to this page after login" and "... after logout" boxes blank, the user goes back to the page they were on before they clicked the login or logout link. That's probably what most people would want, and it's also what happens if they click on a login link by a comment, so I assume that's the WordPress default. In some cases you would want to send them elsewhere, and you have that option.
This is one of the most useful plugins I have employed for my site. I have made it a fixed element in the lower right corner of the screen so people can sign in wherever they are in my site. I have used the hook for the extra item to link to the user's profile. Since it is so easy to style the widget, even for me as an IT illiterate, the element for this whole plugin just look great and integrated with my site design.
A big thank you to the developer!
Works great. :)
This plugin has all the options needed, like custom text, select links to display, inline text
Thanks for the nice plugin.
I all ways liked these styles of login/logout features. One thing I would suggest custom tags like [username] for this widget even though I gave it 5stars it still deserves while its missing that feature. Custom tags like [username] would be great for store based WordPress websites and community websites and so on. Maybe this can be for a future pro re-lease? But i tested it out in the latest Firefox and latest version of WordPress and works great.
I don't imagine a whole lot of people have use for this plugin. I mean, WP makes it easy to add that meta box, which pretty much does the same thing. Except WP's meta widget is ugly and includes things I'm not interested in, whereas this one is simple and clean. Makes it very easy for blogs whose writers aren't incredibly tech-savvy.
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